Any shade of red. I love the warmth and charm of all things red.
You'll find something red in every room of my house, every piece of art I make, every outfit I put on. I'm a huge fan of red.
I Art on my family room mantel
II My handmade valentines
III Handmade cupboard in my family room
After red, my next favorites are probably yellow and green. To me, they are both warm and nurturing colors that naturally pair off, reminding me of sunshine and leaves, daffodils and grass, green beans and lemon.
II Photography on the Net: Daffodils, Grass and Trees
III Confections of a Foodie Bride
Of course, every color has its place in the world and its usefulness in my life. I don't hate any of them. But if I had to pick my least favorites, I would say blue and black. To me, they both come across as kinda standoffish and indifferent; they are the friends who never return your calls and the leftovers in the back of the fridge that you can't bring yourself to eat.
So I found it very curious tonight when I looked at my pin feed on Pinterest and realized that the vast majority of my most recent pins feature blue and/or black. See what I mean?
|Unsourced via Pinterest.|
|Kisetsu by Akira Isogawa|
|Lone walker in amongst tall snow covered trees by Murray Mitchell|
|IKEA Hackers: EXPEDIT kitchen storage|
|Space Shuttle Atlantis liftoff on July 8th 2011. Unsourced via Pinterest.|
|quince with sugar|
|Illustration by Brian Wildsmith via Once Upon a Time|
|St Pancras Station, London, UK. Unsourced via Pinterest.|
Best Foot Forward, 1963 by Paul Rice via First Time User
Maybe I like them a little bit more than I thought.